Krautheimer, Αρχιτεκτονική (1998)
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Abbreviation
Krautheimer, Αρχιτεκτονική (1998)
Form of publication
Book

Richard Krautheimer, Παλαιοχριστιανική και βυζαντινή αρχιτεκτονική, Φανή Μαλλούχου-Τουφάνο (μτφρ.) (Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα Εθνικής Τραπέζης, 2η έκδ. (2η ανατύπωση), Αθήνα 1998)

ISBN / ISSN
ISBN 960-250-012-3
First edition
Title of first edition
Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture
Publisher of first edition
Penguin Books Ltd
Place of publication of first edition
New York
Date of publication of first edition
1965
Data
Greek translation of Krautheimer, Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture, a detailed study of Early Christian and Byzantine ecclesiastical architecture from the beginning (1st to 3rd c.) until the end (15th c.) and its effects on medieval states. The Greek translation (1998) was made from the third edition (1978) rather than the fourth revised edition (1986) and was supervised by Professor C. Bouras. Total pages 680. See also the revised fourth edition in the original English: Krautheimer, Architecture (1986).
Key words
Aegean Sea.
Alexandria, Egypt.
Ambo.
Anatolia.
Anthemius of Tralles.
Antioch / Antakya.
Antiquities.
Aquileia.
Architecture.
Armenia.
Arta.
Asia Minor.
Athens.
Attica.
Balkans.
Barbarians.
Basilica, building.
Bithynia.
Bulgaria.
Byzantine Constantinople.
Byzantine Constantinople, Early Byzantine period.
Byzantine emperors.
Byzantine monuments.
Byzantine Thessalonica.
Church architecture.
Ciborium.
Column capital.
Constantine the Great.
Corinth.
Crete.
Cross-in-square church.
Crypt.
Ctesiphon, Iraq.
Cyrenaica.
Dalmatia.
Domed basilica.
Early Byzantine period.
Ecclesiastical buildings.
Egypt.
Ephesus / Ephesos.
Epirus / Epiros.
Eusebios of Caesarea / Eusebius of Caesarea.
Eustathios, architect.
Georgia, country.
Germanos I of Constantinople, saint.
Goths.
Great Palace.
Greece.
Holy Land.
Holy Mountain / Mount Athos / Hagion Oros.
Holy Wisdom of God / Hagia Sophia.
Icon screen.
Italy.
Jerash, Jordan.
Jordan.
Justinian I, works.
Kossovo.
Late Antiquity.
Late Byzantine period.
Libya.
Lycia.
Macedonia.
Martyrium, building.
Medieval Russia.
Medieval Serbia.
Mediterranean.
Middle Byzantine period.
Middle East.
Milan.
Mistra / Mystras.
Mitatorium.
Monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai.
Mosaic pavements.
North Africa.
Northern / Upper Mesopotamia.
Octagonal church.
Ohrid, lake.
Opus Alexandrinum, pavement.
Opus sectile, inlay technique.
Ostrogoths.
Palace, palaces.
Palestine.
Peloponnese.
Princes’ Islands.
Procopius / Prokopios of Caesarea.
Ravenna.
Rhodes.
Roman Empire, East.
Roman Empire, West.
Roman period.
Roman period, Imperial age.
Rome.
Sicily.
Syria.
Thrace.
Tripolitania / Tripolitis.
Tur Abdin.
Venice.
Yugoslavia.